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The Narrows by Michael Connolly

Michael Connolly’s novels were recommended to me, but I cannot remember by whom. It may have been Kathy Reichs who mentioned his work. Whoever it was, when I saw The Narrows in a library book sale, it would have been silly to pass it up. So I took it on holiday and read it in …

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Bones to Ashes by Kathy Reichs

Kathy Reichs was born on 7 July 1948. I was delighted to meet her when she attended the Bloody Scotland Crime Writing Festival. She is an American writer of incredibly successful and popular crime novels, as well as being a practicing forensic anthropologist  and academic. She is a busy woman dividing her work time between the Laboratoire …

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Mortal Remains by Kathy Reichs

I really enjoy Kathy Reichs books and I enjoyed meeting her at Bloody Scotland in Stirling, Scotland. She is a New York Times bestselling author, although I admit that I do not enjoy the young adult books she co-writes with her son, Brendan Reichs. However, of course, I am not their target audience for those! …

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Deja Dead by Kathy Reichs

 Deja Dead was Kathy Reichs’s debut crime novel and inspired such widespread excitement. It won the 1998 Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel. I really enjoy Kathy Reichs books, but they do get a bit technical in parts.  She is an American author but has a tendency to drop into French dialogue.  That might be off putting …

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